NO ROADBLOCKS SEEN TO MEETING U.S. SUMMER GASOLINE DEMAND

Refiners in the U.S. are expected to have little difficulty meeting U.S. gasoline demand during the 1992 summer driving sea-son. Consequently, barring unexpected distribution bottlenecks caused by new air quality specifications for gasoline, summertime wholesale and retail gasoline prices are expected to stay within seasonal norms. The apparent fitful recovery of the U.S. economy would suggest a near term turnaround in gasoline demand after 3 consecutive years of decline. But most analysts

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